ABC Data, may already one of the major IT distributors in Central and Eastern Europe (the CEE region), has rapidly become one of the major 3D printing device distributors there, as well. As reported by our Polish pundit (and Editor of the Polish printing news site CD3D), Pawel Ślusarczyk, ABC Data has may already created numerous deals with companies like 3DGence, Monkeyfab, Hbot, 3NOVATICA, Spectrum Filaments, and in fact the USA’s own ROBO 3D. Now, the IT leader has signed on what is most likely Poland’s most familiar printing device developer and can start to contribute Zortrax M200 and Zortrax Inventure printing devices.
Zortrax has may already been adopted by local and international businesses alike, which include aircraft repair company Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze Nr 2, Dell, and in fact the Masovia public school process has taken a liking to their machines. The Zortrax M200 and Inventure 3D printing devices can have an in fact broader audience, thanks to the ABC partnership. Zortrax products can now be purchased through over 15,000 resellers across eight European markets. Radosław Jankowski, Project and Implementation Manager at ABC Data, says, “The main recipients of 3D printing devices and 3D printing services are companies and production undertakings of most fields, such as car, energy or advertising industry. For a few time now the interest in this type of equipment has been expanding in addition in the consumer market. It is attributable, on one hand, to educational activities conducted by major distributors, such as ABC Data, and on the other, to the excellent high end of the equipment of such brands as Zortrax.”
Whilst you can guess which it’s the fun name which makes Zortrax so talked about , it’s in fact been the excellent reputation of the developer which’s led to its widespread distribution. Davide Sher previously gave the M200 printing device high marks when reviewing it for 3DPI. It is in addition succeded in the award for “Best Plug & Play 3D Printer” of 3D Hubs two years in a row and was listed as one of the ten most printing devices of MAKE: Magazine. Naturally, it should be no surprise which it can now be distributed by the major PC 3D printing device distributor in the region.